Re: Ubuntu Users

I just wanted to confirm that this strategy worked to install 0.1.5 on
Ubuntu Breezy.  I'm frankly amazed that it was so clean an install.

# apt-get install f-spot
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  binfmt-support libdbus-1-cil libgconf2.0-cil libglade2.0-cil libglib2.0-cil
  libgnome2.0-cil libgtk2.0-cil libmono0 mono-classlib-1.0 mono-common

# apt-get build-dep f-spot
The following packages will be REMOVED:
The following NEW packages will be installed:
  build-essential cdbs cli-common dpatch g++ g++-4.0 libbonobo2-dev
  libbonoboui2-dev libexif-dev libgconf2-dev libgnome-keyring-dev
  libgnome2-dev libgnomecanvas2-dev libgnomeui-dev libgnomevfs2-dev
  libgphoto2-2-dev libidl-dev libmono-dev liborbit2-dev libsqlite0-dev
  libstdc++6-4.0-dev mono-mcs mono-utils

# mkdir /usr/src/f-spot ; cd /usr/src/f-spot
# wget
# tar -xjvf f-spot-0.1.5.tar.bz2
# cd f-spot-0.1.5
# ./configure; make; make check
# make install

...and the new version's installed in /usr/local/bin/f-spot

Easy as pie.

The new version looks great.  Thanks to all, especially Thomas for
pointing out 'apt-get build-dep'.

--- Forwarded Message ---

    * From: Thomas Van Machelen <thomas vanmachelen gmail com>
    * To: Emanuele Olivetti <olivetti itc it>
    * Cc: f-spot-list gnome org
    * Subject: Re: Ubuntu users
    * Date: Thu, 22 Dec 2005 08:47:40 +0100


2005/12/21, Emanuele Olivetti <olivetti itc it>:
> I use ubuntu (breezy) on my laptop and I've just compiled 0.1.5 from
> sources. The only tricky part is to discover all packages you need in
> advance

I think (but haven't really tested) that

       apt-get build-dep f-spot

 should get your ubuntu more or less in shape for building f-spot from
source or from CVS.


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